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Daredevil (Director's Cut) [Blu-ray]


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Product Details

  • Language: English, French, Spanish
  • Subtitles: Cantonese Chinese, English, French, Spanish
  • Dubbed: French, Spanish
  • Region: Region A/1
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: PG-13
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (415 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001CC7PKS
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #61,950 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

Product Description

Studio: Tcfhe Release Date: 09/30/2008 Run time: 124 minutes Rating: Pg13

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3.2 out of 5 stars

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Patrick Clarke on Aug. 12 2006
Format: DVD
This is the film that made Marvel begin (with Iron Man in 2008) to produce films because of interference from the studios. This cut is so much better than the theatrical version and does tend to lean in the Frank Miller direction which is what it should have done in the first place. The Murdock side story (with Coolio) makes the whole trying to find out who the Kingpin really is more interesting. You can't fault the director because he did stick to the comics and some of the dialogue used in the Elektra death scene is straight out of issue #181. The fight scenes are more brutal especially between the Kingpin and Daredevil and the romance aspect was trimmed down making this much darker and grittier. My only problem with both versions was Colin Ferrell as Bullseye and the Marvel trend toward an MTV style soundtrack when this film would have done well with a great score instead.

This is not Spiderman or X-Men but still a much better film than it is given credit for.
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An A-plus report card brings young Matt Murdock to the docks to show his father. All he ever wanted was to please his dad and, as per his father's advice, "be a doctor, be a lawyer." Except, stumbling upon his alcoholic, washed-up ex-boxer father as a leg breaker, Matt takes off on his skateboard in a hurry, only to accidentally run into a truck with barrels of radioactive liquid that--due to the forklift that just avoided him--has sliced the barrels open, the stuff inside spraying Matt in the face, causing him to go blind. But all is not darkness because he also mysteriously inherited a strange "radar sense" that enables him to see in a sort of X-ray way because of his newfound ability to convert sound waves into sight.

Him and his father vow to fix their relationship and their life, promise to never give up and be fearless, and embark on a journey to perfect themselves and hit the comeback trail--Matt via the books and honing his senses and disciplining his body; his father to enter the ring once more. With Matt by his side, Jack "the devil" Murdock makes good on that promise, but a fateful night in the ring changes everything and Matt promises from then on to stick up for those who can't defend themselves and watch out for the long shots like he and his father were.

Now, all grown-up, he's a lawyer by day and masked crimefighter by night. His name: Daredevil.

And he's not the only one who wants a piece of New York. Crime boss the Kingpin (Michael Clarke Duncan) is on the rise, as is his hired goon, Bullseye (Colin Farrell). Adding to matters, Elektra Natchios (Jennifer Garner)--a shapely martial arts master--has her sites on Daredevil (Ben Affleck) as well, leading us into a battle for New York, for vengeance, and for those who have been a victim of crime.
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By Trauma on Dec 3 2004
Format: DVD
A boy blinded by toxic waste becomes endowed with sonar-like abilities and the wonderfull gift to defy gravity.
Yes its a super hero movie that shamelessly apes Tim Burtons Batman and Raimis Spider-Man.
Daredevil has allways been to me Marvels answer to Batman which isnt bad just obvious so it becomes a matter of preference which hero you like better and since Batman has gone through so many makeovers whilst DD has stayed allmost the same over the years im more likely to side with DareDevil.
The movie looks and feels like a comic book but is brave and flawed all the same.
I dont like Ben Afflec or Jennifer Garner or Micheal Clark Duncan or that idiot who played Bullseye so Daredevil should have been the worst movie ive ever seen but it wasnt.
The above actors chew scenery here like termites on freshly cut oak but despite the uneven pacing and unlikely choice of actors it serves as a culty bit of goodness that I enjoyed watching.
Enter the directors cut a much longer Daredevil with a tad more violence but the big difference is the subplot of a murdered prostitute and the man accused of killing her(Coolio?!?) who Matt Murdock(DD)is convinced didnt do it.Sadly this bit does make the movie drag a little more and it really doesnt work once the crime is solved towards the end of the film.
All in all Daredevil is a noble attempt to give the devil his due and Marvel has done worse lately dont even get me started on The 2nd failed Punisher adaptation so enter with an open mind and lowered expectations and you should be all right.
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I APPROACHED THIS MOVIE VERY CAUTIOUSLY, EXPECTING IT TO FOLLOW IN THE TRADITION OF BAD SUPERHERO MOVIES, SPIDERMAN,XMEN,BATMAN AND ROBIN,ETC. UNLIKE THE PREVIOUS BAD EFFORTS, DAREDEVIL RETURNS TO THE DARK AND BREATHTAKING FORMULA OF THE EARLY TIM BURTON MOVIES BATMAN AND BATMAN RETURNS. THOUGH DIRECTOR MARK STEVEN JOHNSONS STYLE IS MUCH MORE MODERN AND GRIMY THAN BURTONS, BOTH DIRECTORS CERTAINLY KNOW HOW TO TAKE THIS SORT OF MOVIE SERIOUSLY. FIRST OF ALL THE ACTING IS BRILLIANT. PART OF WHAT MAKES THESE MOVIES FAIL IS THE ACTORS UNDERESTIMATING THE AUDIENCE, IE GEORGE CLOONEY. BEN AFFLECK IS PERFECTLY SUITED TO THE ROLE OF DAREDEVIL, AND MICHAEL CLARK DUNCAN IS ALSO WELL CASTED AS KINPIN. THE REAL SHOW STEALERS HERE ARE JENNIFER GARNER AS ELEKTRA AND COLIN FARRELL AS BULLSEYE, WHO WITHOUT A DOUBT SHARE THE MOST EFFECTIVE SCENE IN THE MOVIE, EXAMPLE: HOW MANY SUPERHEROES DIE ON THEIR FIRST NIGHT OUT? PERHAPS THE MOST WISE DECISION IN THIS FILM IS THAT THE SUPERHEROES DONT ACT LIKE SUPERHEROES AND MORE LIKE PEOPLE WHO KNOW HOW TO DO STUFF VERY WELL AND OUR CONSTANTLY TRAINING. MARK STEVEN JOHNSON ALSO KNOWS HOW TO ADD IMPACT TO SCENES, OFTEN USING MUSIC FROM THE FILMS SOUNTRACK WICH MATCHES IMACULATLY WITH THE CHARACTERS. THIS IS A WELL DESERVED TREAT FOR PEOPLE WHO DONT FIND THE CAMPY SPIDERMAN ENTERTAINING AND WHO ARE AFTER SOME DEPTH AND SUBSTANCE IN THEIR MOVIES.
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